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 11 
 on: Yesterday at 11:16:11 pm 
Started by TDW - Last post by cpt dan blodgett
TDW, did you get it??? If so have you shot it.

 12 
 on: Yesterday at 11:00:18 pm 
Started by jphendren - Last post by john boy
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Is that pure spiruts of alcohol the same as Denatured alcohol?
50:50 mix of ATF and pure spirits of turpentine, not the distilled stuff

 13 
 on: Yesterday at 10:57:57 pm 
Started by Rabbit - Last post by Lefty Dude


Here is my 5 1/2" Cimarron Artillery model, it is now fully engraved and re-blued. Custom grips are by Outlaw Grips.

 14 
 on: Yesterday at 10:54:53 pm 
Started by Trum4n1208 - Last post by Trum4n1208
I had the same problem after I took mine apart. There was no daylight when it was assembled but after shooting it for a while there is a small gap. I thought I did something wrong. I bought another gun for cowboy action shooting and this one is starting to showing a small gap also. I didn't have this one apart.
It doesn't affect anything but it bugs me.

I put just a little bit of thread lock where the sail meets the frame, and there's been no gap. I also put some thread lock on the screw that holds the assembly in place. The gun heats up enough when I shoot to where complete disassembly is easy within an hour or two after I shoot, so for now I'd consider it a successful fix, at least until I can get the gun to someone who can provide a more long term solution. I do agree, it never affected performance, but it is irritating.

 15 
 on: Yesterday at 10:51:43 pm 
Started by Major E A Sterner - Last post by The Trinity Kid
Evenin' y'all.

Today was my dads big 5-0.  Didn't have anything to do with Hawaii, though (y'all got the television reference, right? Roll Eyes  )

I blew a toddler's mind today at Barnes and Noble.  I pulled a quarter out of my pocket, then made it disappear, and reappear in the other hand.  Some facial expressions are reserved only for toddlers. Smiley

--TK

 16 
 on: Yesterday at 10:46:50 pm 
Started by Pancho Peacemaker - Last post by OklaTom
Josiah Swain from Colorado sends a great big thanks (in native Georgian) to all the Berger Sharpshooters, and especially the ladies who ensured we did everything right and even fed us, for an outstanding match!  It was great seeing all of my old friends and making new ones.  Hopefully I can get Miss Christy Lynne to attend next time!

Thank God for Texas!

Josiah

Josiah, it was good to get a chance to catch up with you.  I appreciate your effort to attend.  As they say in Texas - "Bless yer heart."

 17 
 on: Yesterday at 09:20:06 pm 
Started by Major Matt Lewis - Last post by Major Matt Lewis
I broke down and bought a Berdan's Sharps from Fall Creek Sutlery.  I have been told it would take up to a year to come in.  Oh well.  Hurry up and wait is a skill I excel at.

 18 
 on: Yesterday at 09:17:02 pm 
Started by Pony Racer - Last post by litl rooster
Awesome amount of smoke

 19 
 on: Yesterday at 09:14:23 pm 
Started by Major E A Sterner - Last post by litl rooster
My stew/ soup with no name came out pretty good. Got some reserved for lunch tomorrow and filled a freezer bag with balance. Maybe 2 quarts. I might of canned it but was too lazy.

Changed the battery in the mower. I think i need to trace tthe brake safety switch in it and clean or replace it. Too wet to mow today but i got it where i can start it. 

 20 
 on: Yesterday at 09:03:04 pm 
Started by Slamfire - Last post by mtmarfield
   Greetings!

   It would probably be better to compare the .40-60WCF to the .38WCF, rather than the .44WCF, since the first two are, for all intents and purposes, .40 caliber. Yep, the bullets for both the .40-60WCF and the .44WCF weigh the same, but the .40 caliber has better sectional density for the given weight, and will probably penetrate a game animal a lot deeper. It's also a lot easier to beat factory ballistics by testing different Black Powders, powder compression levels, primers, etc.
   I suppose that making .45-60WCF brass from .45-70Govt. would be a lot easier, but what's the fun in that? Years ago, I made up a 'dummy' .40-60WCF using a trimmed and annealed .45-70Govt. case for the brass, and an OLD Ideal Shell Resizing Tool. Not having a late Lyman #403168 mould at the time, I used a slug from my Lyman #41028 / 212gr. to cork the case. Wouldn't you know it: crimped in the crimp groove, I got 2.10" OAL. HELL! Now I'm going to have to scare up an Italian '76 in .40-60WCF... See what you did? First, I need to get rehired...
   
                M.T.Marfield

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